The Dearly Departed
By Betsy Haynes
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Published: Nov. 07, 2011
Words: 22,311 (approximate)
THE DEARLY DEPARTED is a family of circus ghosts who just can't bear to leave their family behind and are constantly visiting. But what happens when the ghosts are being stalked by a pair of famous ghost hunters? Read this fantastically twisted tale to find out.
Betsy Haynes weaves another tale that keeps readers laughing all the way to the end. Most of the time the Colby family ghosts, known as The Dearly Departed, are no trouble at all, but when Granny Thistle's ghost becomes riled over ghost-hunters poking around in her family's Antiques and Junque Shop, looking for her and the others, she turns the family business into a riotous atmosphere.
Also check out Betsy's SANTA'S DIARIES three book series: THE NEW FANGLED CHRISTMAS, THE NORTH POLE VIRUS and SANTA'S STOWAWAY. They are about the many troubles Santa has to deal with to get the deliveries made on Christmas Eve.
To find our more about Betsy's many accomplishements check out her site at www.betsyhaynes.net.
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